Therapeutic Photography

"When you look through a camera lens, you block out the rest of the world, including misery, agony, and grief. It's just you and what you're seeing right now. Practice focusing on taking the perfect shot, and you'll find that even without the camera in front of your face, you'll be seeing the good in life a lot more clearly." - Dre Erwin 

Dre discovered the therapeutic value of northern lights photography in 2016, he began therapeutic photography in a remote and isolated village in northern Saskatchewan to assist youth in learning coping mechanisms and techniques to deal with their mental health and even addictions.

Learn how photography has the potential to heal and how it can help youth better express, comprehend, and overcome despair, anxiety, and even addictions. Therapeutic photography is based on a method of using photography to communicate thoughts, feelings, and emotions in a creative setting and be able to reflect on them for personal growth and welfare. It does not involve any official education. 

When you look through a camera lens, you block out the rest of the world, including misery, agony, and grief. It's just you and what you're seeing right now. Practice focusing on taking the perfect shot, and you'll find that even without the camera in front of your face, you'll be seeing the good in life a lot more clearly.